LP34 in steel - from 1943!

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Given the small serial number range, I wonder if the late war steel LP34s were produced for a specific contract?
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I just acquired a steel LP34 "ac42" with serial number 2913a.
Strange that it has a higher serial number than the ac43 example mentioned above.
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Hello, both the ac42's and ac43's were serial numbered in their own ranges from 1 to the end of production that year. The few steel examples of each of those years are scattered in the production numbers.
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Oh, ok...then it makes sense.
Thanks for clarifying this.

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